The Double Helix is a brief story of the structure of the genetic material DNA. As such, it is exceedingly valuable to the historian of science. But another, somewhat irreverent aspect of the book, to be discussed later in this review, makes it an important document for the general reader as well and one that deserves wide reading.
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"Can a Young Man Whose Mind is on Girls, Booze, Skiing, and High-Class Parties Win the Nobel Prize?,"
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